The Panama History book speculates on the number of inhabitants that existed in the istmush of Panama before the arrival of the Spanish explores. Some accounts say that there could have been up to 500,000 indigenous, meanwhile others estimate there might have been up to 750,000 of the Guna tribe alone. Besides this tribe there were about 60 others, including the Guaymí, that live in the highlands near the border with Costa Rica. The Chocó lived on the Pacific side of the province of Darien and are relatives of the Chibcha of Colombia.
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